Theatre . Television . Education . Philanthropy
Taylor Louderman made her Broadway debut originating the role of Campbell Davis in BRING IT ON: The Musical by Lin Manuel Miranda, Tom Kitt, and Amanda Green. She went on to play Lauren in KINKY BOOTS on Broadway, and most recently originated the role of Regina George in Tina Fey's MEAN GIRLS on Broadway for which she received a 2018 Tony Nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. She recently played 'Tami' on NBC's KENAN alongside Kenan Thompson and Don Johnson. Other television credits: THE GOOD FIGHT (CBS), SUNNY DAY (NickJr) 'Blair', EVIL (CBS) 'Malindaz', PETER PAN LIVE (NBC) 'Wendy', and HIGH MAINTENANCE (HBO). Taylor wrote a teen musical with pals Hannah Kloepfer and Nat Zegree which premiered in 2019 at Ozark Actors Theatre in Rolla, Missouri. She also founded WRITE OUT LOUD: a songwriting competition for young, new Musical Theatre writers. Taylor volunteers at Ozark Actors Theatre in Rolla, MO where she participated in her first professional show at the age of ten.
Taylor teamed up with Hannah Kloepfer and Nat Zegree to write and produce this teen, gender inclusive, STEAM musical. They are bringing together theatre kids across the globe on Zoom to perform this original material.
With the help of Ben Rauhala and Kurt Duesch (Warner Music), Taylor founded this musical theatre song contest in 2019. It aims to inspire, connect, and support emerging musical theatre songwriters.